Veterans

Have you served in the Royal Navy, Army, or Royal Air Force?

Most Veterans report a successful transition back into civvy street, however for a number this can a difficult process, finding a job, juggling family responsibilities and settling down to a very different way of life.

Veterans

Have you served in the Royal Navy, Army, or Royal Air Force?

Most Veterans report a successful transition back into civvy street, however for a number this can a difficult process, finding a job, juggling family responsibilities and settling down to a very different way of life.

So, if you are looking to:

  • Make the most of your life
  • Change your current circumstances
  • Reconnect with family and friends
  • Retrain and build a new career in civvy street
  • Maximise your potential outside the Services
  • Defrag the hard drive and create space for other things

Then The Warrior Programme can:

  • Equip you with more tools and techniques to help you manage your emotions so that you can be more resilient to life challenges
  • Help you to understand what’s important so that you focus on the ‘right stuff’
  • Improve your confidence and self-respect
  • Improve your ability to socialise and reconnect with friends and family
  • Provide you with a new opportunity to refresh your thinking and assess what you want with the support of executive coaches

OUR PROGRAMME

We do this through a 12 month programme, commencing with a 3 day intensive foundation course, followed by regular refresher sessions and online interaction. During the programme you will be introduced to coaching techniques that will enable you to stay grounded, build resilience, deal positively with day to day life and ensure that you remain focused and motivated to achieve what you want.

The 12 month programme is fully funded, including food and accommodation, however participants will need to make their own travel arrangements to the course.

HEAR FROM SEAN

I joined the Army having being in the cadets. After sustaining an injury I left and moved into ‘normal’ life. After spending some years moving from one thing to the next I re-joined as an infantryman. Shortly after, I went on my first tour to Afghanistan. Following injuries sustained on my last tour I struggled getting back into life. After sometime I was sign-posted to The Warrior Programme, this helped lift me and gave me the drive to take the next step forward.

I have been involved with another Veterans charity which got me into scuba diving, something I fell in love with and I am now being trained up to instructor level with a view to becoming a DfA (Diving for All instructor) working with WIS.
I was also lucky enough to be selected to take part in an expedition for Wounded Injured Sick (WIS), inside the Arctic circle. This lead me to be nominated for the Henry Worsley Award for Endeavour, which I was lucky enough to win.

The Warrior Programme has given me the tools to achieve things I felt were out of reach and I now enjoy being able to work for the very thing that helped me and supporting members of the Armed Forces community, so that they can reach their goals too.

The Warrior Programme has given me the tools to achieve things I felt were out of reach

COURSE CALENDAR

25-27 September 2018

Newton Abbot, Devon

23-25 October 2018

Newton Abbot, Devon

27-29 November 2018

Newton Abbot, Devon

COURSE CONTACTS

Dave Corthorn

Midlands and East

Drew Larkey

North West and N.Wales

Sean Gane

S.Wales and South West